Iron Imbalance Linked to Parkinson's

Iron is a very tricky element. It's a catalyst in the formation of hydroxyl free radicals, the most dangerous and potent free radicals in the body because they attack cell membranes, fats, proteins and DNA. Generally, most men have a problem with too much iron and women often don't have enough. A new study also links such imbalances to Parkinson's disease, and folks the results aren't good. Mice were fed varying amounts of iron to determine levels that precipitated the onset or...

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